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at fallon, nevada, 30 degrees with finally a break from some of that snow. we are going to see a break from the rain today in seattle but more rain will move in for the weekend. >> looks like it might and good ski weekend for a lot of folks there. >> that's the plus side for sure. great ski snow. >> thank you. >>> stocks rock as the s&p hits a five-year high. an update on stranded whales and thousands of white collar jobs coming to the u.s. >>> plus, the huge cruise liner that ran ashore. we go toitly lto italy to see costa concordia is one year later. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back. some stories now making news this morning. california governor jerry brown may have done the impossible. in 2010 when he took office in california, it faced a $26 billion deficit. but by 2014, brown may enjoy a surplus of over $20 million. >>> in colorado james holmes will be tried in the aurora theater rampage that left 12 people dead and another 70 wounded. defense lawyers said they were not ready to enter a plea and are expected to use an insanity defense there. >>> in canada, 11 killer wha
weather extremes. up to a foot of snow is expected to make travel a mess, from nevada, all the way to minnesota today, as the south warms the temperatures that could soar into the 70s and residents in one louisiana town clean up from a devastating tornado. >>> gun fight. the natiol rifle association promising it will do everything it can to block tighter gun regulations after meeting face to face with the vice president at the white house. >>> this morning the nra's president speaks out to us in a live interview. >>> and absolutely brilliant. that's how the duchess of cambridge is describing her first official portrait this morning after attending its unveiling with her husband, prince william. do you agree? we'll let you decide "today," friday, january 11th, 2013. >>> from nbc news, this is a special edition of "today," countdown to the golden globes, with matt lauer, live from studio 1a, and savannah guthrie, live from los angeles. >> and good morning. welcome to "today" on a friday morning, special split edition of the show. i'm matt lauer. >> morning, everyone. i'm savannah gut
the missile used in that attack is actually thousands of miles away in virginia, say, or nevada rather than him or herself actually being at the battlefield. but the idea that the ethically relevant thing about a drone is how far away you the trigger puller are from the explosion or the damage that you cause with your weapon, that is a quantitative matter. that is not a qualitative matter. we have always been able to project force far away from the person who is exerting it. the ethical sensitivity here is really not about the particular type of weapon of war we are using. it is that we are killing people using that weapon of war in place that's aren't war zones. and that is the unnerving consequence of the whole yfd a war on terror or a war against a non-state actor that could be anywhere in the world and that therefore designates that war as taking place everywhere. the most frequent outside a war zone place where our government carries out these kinds of attacks is of course in pakistan. in 2010 we saw what the obama administration was going to be like on this score. there was a u.s. dro
the sun's rays and converting it into electricity. here in the nevada and california desserts, massive solar projects are being built, the first ever on government land. >> 2008 i saw a big difference. i saw something that looked like it could be permanent and i wanted to make a difference. >> reporter: mike hatfield is the man behind many of these plants. >> it goes to power the major businesses, the hotels, casinos. even some of the slot machines. >> reporter: here in the west, a 100 mile by 100 mile solar installation could meet the entire country's energy needs. the government has set aside enough land to supply solar power to 7 million homes. opponents argue it's still too costly and there's no cheap way to store energy. >> if you could solve storage and make panels cheaply, you could have not just the technology that the u.s. would use, but that everyone would use. >> reporter: despite those arguments, there's been a 5,000% increase in installation this year alone. >> an interesting stat. nationwide, the solar industry has created about 120,000 with a growth rate of 13%. so you'r
out a little bit west. the california and nevada area that are not as dark as the rest of the country. the entire united states is in a dark. the hardest hit states actually dropped from 29 to 24. that is probably a good sign. the hardest hit areas are dropping. i do not know. we will see what that weeks data shows. dagen: code red. apple's ceo telling a chinese news agency that he expects china to overtake the u.s. as the tech giants biggest market. he believes strongly that it will happen. he gave no idea when. china is currently apple's second largest market. growth has slowed in the last year. again, losing market share globally to googles android system is why it may be coming out with a lower costly iphone. no airline did a better job with on-time arrival dan d. almost 80% of delta flights arrived within 15 minutes of its scheduled time. what a waste. half of the food produced worldwide those right into the trash. it is partially due to problems in the supply chain. the plan also falls on the shoulders of consumers and retailers. this is according to a new study by britain's ins
into the deserts, amy. this cold air is all the way here, from arizona into nevada. now, the snow, let's get right to those pictures, because for the second time since thursday, snow has shut down the i-5 through the grapevine. this has been a big hit of cold air and snow through the l.a. area. the cold air following that will be in the 30s, even for los angeles itself, on friday night. 16 states, from california to utah, and all the way into minnesota and michigan, with heavy snow and ice from this system. blizzard conditions are even possible friday night into saturday, in the dakotas. and into northern minnesota. now, this storm will head into canada by the weekend. it does miss the northeast. and that's fairly good news for -- as that cold air moves across the country. but also look at this. three tornadoes through louisiana. this video, these pictures coming out of -- we had a couple of them. both of them ef-1. one near plaquemines hasn't been measure yet, in southern louisiana. the very unusual weather pattern that we're in right now has warm air and cold air still on the map, this time of y
with out west from utah on into parts of parts of nevada. anywhere from 6 to 12 anywhere from 6 to 12" of snow. trel has been hazardous, at best. hazardous at best, and and it's just going to get to t worse. we've added to that a lot of o that a strong wind activity.f strong w let's look at the radar. right now it doesn't look that impressive.le it doesn't get through the w itt mountains there. impressive because it doesn' but if you get underneath this,, but if you get underneath this we are we are seeing snowfall rates of about six inches or so coming up about 6 inches or so coming up in the next, i would say, six hours. look hours. ave look at what we've got. we've gottice storm ice storm warnings. we've g we've got winter storm warnings and watches and snow advisories from oregon all the way to minnesota and parts of an to mi parts of wisconsin. here is the storm, getting 's ti itself together, making its ways to the north and bringing -- dragging behind it very cold air, gusty winds and a lot of n behind it very cold air, gusty winds and a snow. snowfall amounts, here is what s
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